Lodi Arts Project Fund presents George Winston in Concert

Canned food drive to benefit local Salvation Army


Lodi, Calif . (November 4, 2004)  --  Grammy Winning solo pianist, George Winston, will perform at Hutchins Street Square in Lodi on Saturday, January 8, 2005 at 8:00 p.m. 

George will be performing songs from his newest CD, “Montana – A Love Story,” as well as selections from his seasonally themed recordings, including some R&B and stride piano.

Reserved seating tickets ($30) are now on sale through the Square’s box office (open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Mon-Fri) in person, or by phone at 209-333-5550.  Tickets may also be purchased online at www.hutchinsstreetsquare.com

Tickets are $25 each with the donation of a canned food item (one per ticket). All canned food items collected will be donated to the local Salvation Army shelter. 

In addition, 100% of the proceeds from the sales of Mr. Winston’s merchandising will be donated to the Salvation Army that evening.

In 1972, George recorded his first solo piano album, BALLADS AND BLUES 1972. Since 1980 George has released eight more solo piano albums: AUTUMN (1980), WINTER INTO SPRING (1982), DECEMBER (1982), SUMMER (1991), FOREST (1994), LINUS & LUCY-THE MUSIC OF VINCE GUARALDI (1996 - which features compositions by the late jazz pianist, including Cast Your Fate to the Wind and pieces from the Peanuts TV specials); PLAINS (1999 - which was inspired by his Eastern Montana upbringing); NIGHT DIVIDES THE DAY - THE MUSIC  OF THE DOORS (2002); and his latest release:  MONTANA - A LOVE STORY (just released in October 2004).

Hutchins Street Square is located at 125 S. Hutchins Street in Lodi.  For directions, or more information about this concert, please call 209-333-5550.


The LAPF (Lodi Arts Project Fund) is a private, non-profit corporation that provides financial support to, and financial management of, many of the events and programs produced by the Lodi Arts Commission. For more information about the Lodi Arts Project Fund, or the Arts Commission, call 209.333.5511 or visit their website at www.lodiarts.org .